Bristol Bay Trout Spey – Alaska

Todd received an invitation he couldn’t refuse, and this is how “Bristol Bay Trout Spey- Alaska” was born. Jack Mitchell of The Evening Hatch, asked him to come up to Alaska for an experience on the rainbow trout fishery Kvichak River.

The Kvichak River is in the Bristol Bay/ Pebble Mine area, and it has been on Todd’s bucket list for years. So with 4 days to film, he brought up Jakob Lund to be angler on camera.

As Todd’s wingman, Jakob has fishing in his blood and grew up trout fishing in his native country of Denmark. Jakob’s experience with two handed micro spey rods and larger spey rods made him the perfect choice for a film of this caliber. Brutal conditions demanded excellence in angling technique, and Jakob nailed it.

Big thanks to The Evening Hatch, Korkers, R.L. Winston Rod Company, Skwala Fishing and Jakob Lund the Viking.

Experience this for yourself! Email Jack and see Alaska for yourself. [email protected]

Special thanks to Skwala Fishing, Korkers and R.L. Winston Rod Company for supporting this film project.

Contributed By

Todd Moen

Todd’s combined interest in film and fish began as a kid: he explored and filmed the big waters of western Washington and the blue-ribbon trout streams of his birthstate Montana. Years of traveling the far ends of the globe as a professional videographer and burning the midnight oil to design web media, Todd is living his dream with the production of Catch Magazine.

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